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Coxster

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Nice ones Dad! At least one of our images of the new liveried power car leading an old liveried train came out nice and clear. Shame I forgot about that piece of GEN and couldn't get a better angle in time.

 

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careful timing is the key from that location - all my shots were either too far towards the station and nearly head on (too early on the button) or missing the front as a blur passes by (too late on the button). Obviously, The Gricer got it just right; years of practice or luck? ;)
 

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Dennis said:
careful timing is the key from that location - all my shots were either too far towards the station and nearly head on (too early on the button) or missing the front as a blur passes by (too late on the button). Obviously, The Gricer got it just right; years of practice or luck? ;)
I agree, i completly cut of a voyager as i misjudged the speed, Not used to photographing at 75mph!
 
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